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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent (PC)

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      10.10.2009 09:41

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      the is a must a must i tell you atleast try it once and then yoll know.

      i was waiting to write a review about this.i just dont care about others how they feel about the game but personally i loved this game iam very fond of tomclancys games and this one is exceptionally good.i played the game in my pc with full graphics and its awesome the game has like 12 missions to complete i each mission no each move you make is that much more important cause dou your a double agent remember.you work undercover for jba under neil the bald guy .there a re many missions that many prefer i personally prefer the hotel in shangai mission its so awesome .see as your a double agent the decission that u take will affect the game play a lot for example like you would be asked to place bomb in ship .by jba at the same time you should not let the bomb to explode and if it explode it will affect your finally .if make successfull decission and you manage to end well guess what you get a bonus mission .but seriosly the game takes a lot of graphics and ram so please play with nice graphic card which has physix or cuda or both with minimum of 2gb ram.

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      11.01.2007 16:44
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      Sam Fisher returns in the latest game of the Splinter cell series : Double Agent.

      Sam Fisher returns in the latest game of the Splinter cell series : Double Agent. As a regular player of the SC series, I was looking forward to getting this game, only to be quite disappointed. It takes up 10GIG of space in your computer for a start, the installation is long, as is loading up levels in the game. The training missions I found rather complex, even though i have played all the previous SC games. The sound and light aspects have been taken away and replaced with a traffic light system, where green is invisible, yellow you are at risk of being seen, and red is where you have been spotted. The storyline is better than the previous games I thought, as Sam has to become a Terrorist to infiltrate an organisation from inside, as well as doing jobs for the company he currently works for. You also get to go to the terrorist headquarters where you can do optional tasks to gain trust. This trust is throughout the whole game and every action you take has an influence on the trust, whether it is for the terrorist group or for sams company. You get to play the headquarter level a number of times in the game, which i quite enjoyed, as each time there were different tasks to carry out. The game is full of bugs, which a patch can fix a few of them, but unfortunately i have the problem where when i go to load a game, it crashes to the desktop. Sometimes, i also found it impossible to crack the safes, as the dials would not turn, whatever i tried, thus leading to a loss of trust. I sometimes got into lockers that weren't there as well as being able to walk through walls in one level. Overall, the game content is very good but as i cannot finish the game due to the crash to desktop factor, i am very frustrated and the numerous bugs in this game vastly let it down.

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      Splinter Cell returns with an all-new story of double-dealing terrorists and uncomfortable moral decisions. Its greatest new feature though is its multiplayer, which continues to expand into the definitive online stealth experience.